Looking to get rid of unwanted hair or banish acne for good in 2018? A new Camas salon may be able to help.
A business that combines learning with child care, owned by a Camas couple, is providing job opportunities for three former Pacific Crest Academy educators.
A Washougal man has fulfilled a lifelong dream to open a motorcycle parts and repair shop.
Local fans of sweet and savory waffles rejoice: Hello Waffle, a regional farmers market favorite, has found more permanent digs off Northeast Second Avenue in Camas.
The owner and chief executive officer of two companies that could locate in the Steigerwald Commerce Center said those businesses would bring 75 living-wage jobs, with annual average salaries of more than $60,000, to the Port of Camas-Washougal.
With the new school year underway, some parents are realizing that their children could benefit from receiving extra help to understand subjects such as math and science.
Inc. magazine has included two Camas businesses — Fuel Medical Group LLC and Excavator Rental Services — on its list of the 5,000 fastest growing companies in the country.
The owner of a boutique salon in downtown Camas said people do not have to drive to Portland to get great hair and fashions.
Owners of Washougal Lumber Co., Inc. — past and present — recently celebrated the company’s centennial birthday by thanking the people who helped the business survive challenging economic times.
School spirit is alive and well at the Washougal-based Glory Days Trophies & Sports, where owners Dave and Barbara Gray are preparing to sell “spiritwear” at the home football games in both Camas and Washougal.